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THE LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

THE LOSS OF THE AMAZON.

THE LOSS OF THIE AMAZON. SOUTHAMPTON, THuRsDAY, JAN, 8.-A Court of In- quiry of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Conpany was held here this afternoon to investigate the circumn- stances attending the loss of the steam-ship Amazon. The following gentlemen were present, viz. :-Mr. Thoma
12 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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MACARTNEY, PRACTICAL WATGHMAKER, 6, DONMG ALL PLAC3, ;.LFAST, (FFERS FOR SALE A SUjERIOR AS- SORTMENT Or LONDON AND GENEVA GOILD iD SILVER WATCHES, ,; From some of the most Eminent Makers. All Watchtes sold in this Establishment guaranteed and kept in repair seven years,free. MAC
12 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Press.

The Press.

?? M?? Z:Ijc vrf.5z. . POSITION OF TIHE MINISTRY. (Fronm the Times oq Wednesday,) THERE appears to be, on all hands, a clear apprecia- tion of the Ministerial predicament. The perils of the Government, the perils of the rival or antagonist { parties, the perils of each individual
09 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DESTRUCTION OF THE STEAM-SHIP AMAZON BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION OF THE STEAM-SHIP AMAZON BY FIRE.

DESTRUCTION oF TTIF STEAA-SHIP AMAZON BY FIRE. GREAT LOSS OF Ll.I. PLY.ozUTn, JAN. 6.-It becomes our painful duty to report the particulars of a most appalling acoiden,. The new Royal mail steam-ship Amazon, Captain Sy- loons, which left Southampton on Friday for the West Indies
09 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE FOIBLES OF A GREAT MAN.

THE FOIBLES OF A GREAT MAN.

WIHAT a strange compound is man ! This is a toler- ,ably trite saying, and it is not a particularly profound ,one. We have, nevertheless, been reminded of it by *the recent decease of a great man, to whlom applica- tion of the apothegm wilt not be found inappropriate. Some ten d
09 January 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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are authorised to state that the Most Rev. Dr. Slattery, published the statutes of the Sjnod of Thurles iu the

are authorised to state that the Most Rev. Dr. Slattery, published the statutes of the Sjnod of Thurles iu the

month of December past, and that they are in force in tbe Archdiocese of Cashel siuce the Ist of the present month.
12 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MR. EASTWOOD.

MR. EASTWOOD.

This gentleman has had another unfavourable change An express messenger arrived in town this morning from residence of the sufferer for Surgeon Cusack, who immediately set off towards his aid. —Freeman of Satnrday.
12 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
SHIP NEWS—QUEENSTOWN.

SHIP NEWS—QUEENSTOWN.

January 9—Wind NW. Abrived—Lady Blany, Wiseman, Callao,orders,guano j Nimrod steamer. Sailed—Helen Scott, Jenkins, Newport, ballast j Petrel, McCarthy, do. do.} John. KiMy, do. do.; John and Mary, Mlly, Liverpool, oil Wilhlm Von Ploetow, Kerfack, Hull, beans; Caroline, Nico!*, W
12 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
MEETING OF MR. FORTESCUE'S TENANTRY.

MEETING OF MR. FORTESCUE'S TENANTRY.

Yesterday (Friday) pursuant the circular from Mr. Arthur, a large and respectable meeting of Mr. Fortescue's tenants was held the Queen's Arms Hotel, Dundalk. Amongst those present were—Rev.J. Marmion, P.P. ; Re?. Mr. Callan, P.P.; P. Darcey, Esq., P. O'Hanlon, Esq., James M'Ale
12 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
ST. PAUL'S TEMPERANCE HALL.

ST. PAUL'S TEMPERANCE HALL.

The Apostle of Temperance, having named St. Stephen day for the receiving addresses from several of the rooms of the city, after calling at Barrack-street and the Central Hall, proceeded to St. Paul's, accompanied by the Hev. James O'Kegan and Mr. O'Xleara, his secretary. Notwil
12 January 1852 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland